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SubjectRe: Limit of 6 IDE interfaces?
On Sun, Apr 18, 1999 at 09:34:55PM -0700, Dan Hollis wrote:

> Behold. scsi card and sound card sharing PCI irq (10). It works too

One of those is ISA?

I should have been more clear... does interrupt sharing work on IDE
controllers or perhaps it doesn't because some of them have funny
ISA-like hardware attached to them which seems to stuff things up.

PCI devices will happily share interrupts with other PCI devices. but
I've never seen an ISA and a PCI device share the same interrupt,
this was what I was questioning...

(Of course, if the IDE controllers are purely PCI device, this
doesn't matter. I really wish someone like Mark Lord would chime in
now)




-cw

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